With the concept of employees consciously disengaging from work going viral on social media, People Management asks the experts what businesses can do – if anything – about this latest workplace trend
Huge divide in wage growth between top and bottom earners requires immediate intervention, HR experts say
Inadequate line management biggest cause of NHS conflict, research finds
HR vacancies set to jump 13 per cent this year with internal recruiters most sought-after, data suggests
Hiring activity growth slows again in July amid increased economic uncertainty, data shows
Three-quarters of jobseekers would drop out of lengthy recruitment processes, survey reveals
Majority of UK workers yet to receive pay rise despite spiralling cost of living, research finds
More than half of employers still use degrees to screen job applicants, research finds
Number of Disability Confident job adverts rises by 1,000 per cent, but experts say improvement is still needed
Care home failed to make reasonable adjustments by forcing vulnerable carer to work through pandemic, tribunal rules
Allison Bailey ruling: should employers police workplace freedom of speech rows?
Extreme heat warning: how can HR support workers?
Heatwave: how can businesses best support workers?
How HR teams can avoid getting burnt at summer parties
How businesses should manage bank holidays in 2022
Menna Chmielewski explains what employers need to consider around the extra public holiday for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee this summer
How should HR handle employees stranded abroad?
Is unlimited holiday an effective workplace benefit?
Emma Clark explains the challenges for businesses of providing unlimited annual leave for staff, as well as the possible alternatives
The legal considerations of remote working from abroad
Rosie McArdle explains the logistics and limitations both employers and employees may face when requesting flexible working from outside the UK
What sort of workplace legal issues arise in a heatwave?
Richard Thomas looks at the HR challenges that can accompany a prolonged spell of hot weather
Employers urged to introduce flexible working patterns as temperatures soar
TUC asks government to legislate for maximum workplace temperature, with hottest day on record set to test employees’ endurance
Is it possible to counter the ‘Great Resignation’?
Staffing turbulence: why motivation is as important as money
Did the Great Resignation actually happen?
How can businesses survive the ‘Great Resignation’?
Rena Magdani outlines how firms can protect themselves during this period of labour market upheaval
Amid the ‘Great Resignation’, creating a sense of belonging is more important than ever
With the job market in relative turmoil, businesses must concentrate on retaining their current staff, argues Lee Waller
Will there really be a ‘Great Resignation’?
Nicola Callaghan examines the likelihood that predictions of a mass worker exodus will come to fruition, and how employers can prevent it happening
In a buoyant jobs market, firms need to take a holistic approach to retention
With candidates holding all the cards in a turbulent hiring pool, Lynn Smith explains why employers should be working harder to hold on to valuable staff
What caused the talent crisis – and how can HR solve it?
In some sectors, the labour market is far from buoyant – but HR can play a key role in ensuring the worker shortages seen this year are a thing of the past as we move into 2022
Reskilling could save firms £50k compared to hiring new talent
Training existing workers can benefit businesses, experts say, but caution it needs to be done with employees in mind
Is your business agile enough for the new ways of working?
Covid-19 has challenged organisations around the globe and will permanently reshape how many operate. Softworks examines how workforce management technology can help businesses navigate this new normal
Change leadership in a post-pandemic world
Campbell Macpherson from the executive education department at Henley Business School explores people’s capacity to change and why treating everyone as individuals is the way forward
Rising Vibe uses emotion to drive performance and business results
Gender balance is a hot topic – yet it seems men don't get the same emotional support at work because of a commonly-held view that feelings are exclusive to women. Rising Vibe is seeking to challenge the current level of focus on emotional support
Use assessments to enhance your learning process
In a new white paper, Questionmark shares key concepts and best practices for developing effective assessments and interpreting their results to drive better and more informed decisions that can enhance your organisation’s learning process
PM Insight podcast special: How to thrive in the new hybrid work world
In this special podcast episode, People Management Insight speaks to experts and explores HR’s role in keeping the ship afloat amid the storms of workplace change
Want to hit the ground running in 2022? Focus on your employees
This year, how you engage employees will be a key differentiator. Experience management leader Medallia breaks down the secrets to being successful – and competitive
Why organisations should take a holistic approach to employee experience
There’s no ‘I’ in team? There is if you want your team to succeed
The digital total reward platform
Create a more inclusive workplace through coaching
Majority of UK workers in favour of four-day week, research shows
Jobseekers prefer flexibility over four-day week, research suggests
Three-quarters of UK employers say four-day week will be the norm by 2030, survey reveals
Is the four-day week really a good idea?
Four-day week trial: what does HR need to know?
A four-day week might be more myth than reality
Three-quarters of workers in favour of compressed working week, research finds
Majority of workers would be happy to work the same hours over four days, but experts warn management practices would also have to adapt
Majority of businesses implementing four-day week, report finds
Study reveals employers that implemented shorter week collectively saved more than £100bn through improved productivity and lower running costs
Could a four-day working week be on the horizon?
Christie Jamieson looks at what recent trials of a shortened working week might mean in future for UK businesses and employees
Will a four-day week actually work?
Experts warn expecting staff to maintain output in fewer hours could lead to higher stress levels, as 30 UK companies join research to pilot the move
“We’re supercharging the workplace with neurodiverse skillsets”
Why agility and engagement are key when hiring in tech
Why you need inclusive and diverse teams to create belonging
How to maintain objectivity in the workplace
Why improving inclusivity for LGBT+ workers requires concrete actions
Why we need to stop asking good candidates silly interview questions
Why we need to refocus inclusion efforts on disabled talent
Is social prescribing the answer to keeping employees healthy?
How employers can make the most of activism in the workplace
How to bridge the gap amid increased global competition for digital talent
How new UK work visas can open up graduate recruitment
Menopause should be protected characteristic, say MPs
Employment rate of mums with children hits 20-year high, figures show
What if recruitment was random?
Majority of candidates would reject job offer if employer didn’t support diversity, research finds
Q&A: Joan C Williams
Preventing sexual harassment in the hospitality sector
“We need to build more diverse HR teams too”
Dutch remote working legislation: could the UK follow suit?
Does HR have a diversity problem?
New guidance on dealing with bullying and workplace conflict for HR professionals and line managers.
How can organisations measure and evaluate the impact of their L&D programmes?
The CIPD's 2020 report explores the key trends influencing the future of work and how they will shape the people profession
The CIPD's new learning experiences: overcome day-to-day challenges and excel now and throughout your career.
How Manchester City Council aims to ensure its workforce reflects the communities it serves
How Biffa is boosting the professionalism of its HR team
Saga came through multiple crises to become fit for the 21st century
How NHS Business Services Authority revamped its talent management strategy
Pursuing external accreditations gave Preston College employees a voice
Why Virgin Money gave its staff the freedom to work anywhere
Covid enabled Severn Trent to supercharge its strategy
The water company was able to rethink and improve its long-term plans, despite initially being derailed by the global pandemic
Highlighting race and privilege has been key to wellbeing for East London NHS Foundation Trust
Sharing employees' experiences of bullying and harassment has also enabled the trust to foster a culture where staff feel empowered to call out unacceptable behaviour
How Experian is working to retain its culture as it moves to hybrid
The financial information firm implemented flexible working options in the midst of the pandemic and is also amalgamating its physical office space
WDP overhauled its benefits strategy to provide what was important to employees
The charity rethought its pay structure and introduced several family-friendly perks that crucially didn't break the bank
AI hiring outperforms humans – so why aren't we using it?
The legal pitfalls of using AI at work
Can employers legally microchip their staff?
Artificial intelligence has not caused loss of jobs
Study finds less than a quarter of firms that introduced AI had seen an overall loss of roles
What type of person would a robot hire?
AI can take the legwork out of recruitment – but with debates over algorithm bias and the risk of human redundancies still raging, HR needs to tread carefully
The legal pitfalls of using AI in recruitment
Gwynneth Tan highlights the issues employers should be aware of when considering adopting technology into their hiring processes
AI will take our jobs – but it can happen in an orderly fashion
There’s no doubt that artificial intelligence will replace humans in many roles, argues Nikos Bozionelos, but we have to act now to make sure the process is smooth
How AI can help build a diverse workforce
Technology can not only help remove biases from recruitment, it can also help create fairer opportunities and improve diversity, say Maria Moraes Robinson and Simon Robinson
How AI could affect employee management
Artificial intelligence poses both challenges and benefits for staff and managers including less job security and taking over the decision-making process, says Kirk Chang
How will new AI legislation affect businesses?
With concerns growing over the use of artificial intelligence in the workplace, People Management explores the implications parliamentary proposals would have on work processes
How should HR handle the 'summer of discontent'?
Why is fertility treatment still such taboo at work?
Are your employees really working from home?
How to let your employees work from anywhere
HR's ultimate guide to visas
Are your staff going back to 'normal'?
Jacob Rees Mogg’s return-to-office call: is he right?
How to create a learning culture
“I used to be responsible for their development. Now I’m responsible for their lives”
Would you send your white employees home an hour early?
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